Tag Archives | Davidson

Mecklenburg County ARC Executive Director Nancy Hughes presented two awards to the Aktion Club of Lake Norman including the Newcomer of the Year Award to Allie Serdinsky and Service Project of the Year. Pictured are club members: Kelsey Christenbury, Allie Serdinsky, Gwen Butler, Kristen Hunter, Adam Dunaway, Joey Gift, and Robby Paine. Also pictured is Bill Russell, Aktion Club Advsior - Picture courtesy of Bill Russell

Lake Norman club for special needs adults receives awards

PRESS RELEASE Huntersville, NC June 23, 2017 – The Aktion Club of Lake Norman, a group of special needs adults sponsored by the Lake Norman Kiwanis Club, received two awards this past week by The Arc of Mecklenburg County. The Arc of Mecklenburg County is a non-profit organization that seeks to make positive differences in […]

Read full story Comments are closed
WSIC File Photo

Davidson plans July 4th activities

PRESS RELEASE DAVIDSON, NC — Citizens are invited to celebrate our nation’s independence with a homespun, small-town parade and a concert on the green on Tuesday, July 4. The parade will include a color guard, fire engine, and lots of patriotic residents. Parade marchers are asked to line up at McEver Field on South Street […]

Read full story Comments are closed
2017-06-15DavidsonPennyDunnNB

Davidson names new Police Chief

FROM PRESS RELEASE DAVIDSON, NC — The Town of Davidson is pleased to name Penny Dunn as the new Davidson Police Chief to replace Jeanne Miller upon her retirement. Dunn will start on July 19, 2017. The Town of Davidson conducted an eight-month nationwide police chief recruitment process with the assistance of consultant U.S. ISS. […]

Read full story Comments are closed
Davidson

Davidson one step closer to bond vote

Davidson residents are one step closer to a vote this fall on whether or not to borrow $15 million for mobility, transportation, parks and greenway spending. According to an e-mail from town spokeswoman Christina Shaul, three resolutions were unanimously approved this week. If okayed by voters, the town anticipates a ten percent increase to the […]

Read full story Comments are closed
WSIC File Photo

Construction to close Griffith Street Bridge in Davidson overnight Thursday

FROM PRESS RELEASE Construction of the first half of the new bridge at Exit 30 Griffith Street in Davidson reaches a milestone next week with the placement of beams. This work will occur overnight Thursday, June 15, and Friday, June 16, from 11:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. weather permitting. As the beams are raised and […]

Read full story Comments are closed
Davidson

Davidson bond referendum would require 10 percent tax increase

New details this morning on the tax impact of a potential of a $15 million bond referendum in Davidson this fall. Commissioners will vote on resolutions tonight required to place the decision before voters. According to information from town spokeswoman Christina Shaul, an approximately ten percent increase in the property tax rate would be required. […]

Read full story Comments are closed
Submitted Photo

Carolina Renaissance Festival to host auditions for 2017 actors

FROM PRESS RELEASE Jesters! Peasants! Nobles! Knights! The Carolina Renaissance Festival, a combination of outdoor theater, circus, arts and crafts fair, jousting tournament and feast, will hold open auditions on Saturday, June 10th from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM and Saturday, June 17th from 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM at the Cannon School located at […]

Read full story Comments are closed
Submitted Photo

Mitchell Community College pins 2017 nursing class

FROM PRESS RELEASE Statesville, NC – Mitchell Community College’s Holbrook-Huskins Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) program held a pinning ceremony on Wednesday, May 17 honoring the following graduating students: Graduates Brittany Fulp Adams (Statesville) Rebecca Ann Ammons (Mooresville) Anne Auten Baker (Advance) Jessica Bost Bodie (Statesville) Paula Brooks (Mooresville) Kyle Brown (Statesville) Danae Michelle Buck (Mooresville) […]

Read full story Comments are closed
WSIC file photo

I-77 toll contractor fined $1.3 million

The contractor building I-77 tolls in Iredell and Mecklenburg Counties is being fined $1.3 million dollars. WSIC news partner Fox 46 reports that I-77 Mobility Partners is accused of not removing I-77 lane closures and I-277 ramp closures at the proper time Tuesday morning. Sugar Creek Construction says this was caused by an equipment issue. […]

Read full story Comments are closed
Submitted Photo

Citizens invited to discuss sale of town-owned Davidson property

PRESS RELEASE Citizens are invited to attend a roundtable discussion to provide input on the proposed sale and development of 19 acres of town-owned property on Beaty Street at the Davidson College Presbyterian Church’s Congregation House (218 Concord Road) on Wednesday, May 17 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. “We encourage all Davidson citizens to attend […]

Read full story Comments are closed
Website Design by McBryde Web Site Design          
For technical issues e-mail webmaster@mcbryde.com